Shasenem Garlyyeva is a businesswoman through and through. With her two firms, she promotes business relations between Turkmenistan and Germany and contributes to bringing the cultures of the two countries closer together. She brings handmade home textiles made of camel hair into German living rooms. And in her own bakery, she will soon be delighting her fellow citizens with genuine German “Baumkuchen” layer cakes.
2019 was a notable year for entrepreneur Meretmuhammet Meredov. The Managing Director of “Kindi”, a baked goods producer in Turkmenistan, came to Germany to learn about new methods for making confectionary and to find partners for a joint venture. Consequently, he completely revamped his corporate planning. Continue reading
Govcher Agayeva works in a structured, efficient manner. Every day, she drives to the three sales outlets of her company, Turkmen Flora Design, located in the centre of Ashgabat to confirm for herself that her work schedules are being adhered to. Continue reading
Sakhymurad Abdyrasulov is managing director of a small company that produces and installs PVC stretch ceilings. The system to cover ceilings is still largely unknown in Turkmenistan. Having become familiar with the technique in Russia, in 2007 Abdyrasulow decided to set up his own company based on the idea. He now employs a team of five and offers individual design consulting in addition to stretch ceilings in various finishes and colours. Continue reading
“Being in a highly developed country like Germany enabled me to considerably improve my management and leadership skills. This was of great help and support for me, and was exactly what I needed for my own company,” Arslan Durdyyev says of his participation in the BMWi Manager Training Programme. Continue reading